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January, 13 2014 08:16:00

Nam, Andrzejczuk settle for silver

Ly Hoang Nam (right) and his partner were runners-up at the Coffee Bowl tennis tournament.
Vietnamese Ly Hoang Nam and Polish partner Adrian Andrzejczuk won a silver medal at Costa Rica's Coffee Bowl which wrapped up yesterday.

The duo lost 4-6, 6-3, 7-10 to No 3 Nicolas Nicolas (Peru) and Rafael Coutinho (Venezuela) in the final of the boys' doubles.

In the semi-final, Nam and Andrzejczuk successfully sent title favourite Orlando Luz and Joao Menezes of Brazil home after a 6-3, 7-6 victory.

Nam was eliminated in the third round of the singles event on Thursday.

He will continue his tour to the Copa Gatorade in Venezuela starting today. — VNS



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